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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The UNA-UNSO in Lviv staged a riot, disrupting a session of the city Council


Became known the details of the fight in the Lviv city Council: his picketing of hundreds of people, broke radicals from UNA-UNSO (banned in Russia), was beaten by soldiers of the national guard and sprayed tear gas. This was announced by the representative of the Western territorial administration of National guard of Ukraine Oleg Tikhov. The protesters are demanding the resignation of the mayor of Lviv Andrey Sadovy.

The radicals said that they would seek the arrest of Garden and full confiscation of his property. Town Hall picket almost five hundred unhappy. And the reasons are different: some of the participants — family members of ATO participants who believe that their contracts have expired their relatives it is time to return home, part — animal rights activists, protesting against ill-treatment of dogs. But the main reason — the loss of life at the local Gribovichi the dump, where the fire first, and then struck the garbage mountain people were killed.

According to eyewitnesses, the Garden half an hour ago, beating pickets, and the point of collision of law enforcement officers with the protesters, still passed – via the patio from the back side of the building to their workplace.

Meanwhile, in the session hall of the city Council, whose meeting was disrupted, since a spontaneous meeting with participation of deputies and broke into the building activists. They demand to resume the work of today’s session and vote for no confidence in the city Chapter.

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